Raster Vision is the interface between the fields of earth observation and deep learning, making it easier to apply novel computer vision techniques to geospatial imagery of all types. Joe lays out how it can be implemented in your organization and give you a competitive advantage.
Without taking on copious outside investment, we have to support our products with only a share of our available time and resources. Here are five strategies we use to build successful bootstrapped products.
Conferences are great for a variety of reasons–getting exposed to cool up-and-coming technologies, connecting with old friends, and doing recruiting and business development. For the last few years, I’ve been a co-organizer for Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (ETE)–a fantastic developer-focused conference that has run in Philadelphia for fourteen years. While ETE was planned […]
We partnered with Driven Data and the World Bank to develop the Open Cities AI Challenge. This challenge uses machine learning to extract building footprints in unmapped areas to promote disaster resilience.
Every project with satellite imagery begins with a data source. Here’s a rundown of the best options, considering cost, usability, and resolution.
Our workforce is more diverse than ever. Most offices are made up of folks from different cultures, remote workers, parents, colleagues with disabilities, and people with a range of dietary restrictions. This is our five-step guide to help companies consider all of these factors and plan more inclusive office events.
Holidays can be a challenging time in software development. How can you make the most of your velocity and energize the team at the same time? The holiday challenge For a lot of teams, the holidays are a time of year when a large amount of peope take off after saving their PTO for the […]
Ten years ago we started a charitable contributions program. We developed a program that would increase our impact and expand employee ownership.
Earlier in my career, I was at an all-hands division meeting where we were reviewing the quarterly performance of the division and at least some of it was not good. The division manager, with whom I had never interacted, out of frustration asked the hypothetical to the group during an all-hands meeting: “Do you wake […]